UN rights experts denounce Israel for increased restrictions on human rights advocates

Israeli Army & Border Police troops banning by force Palestinians from entering Al-Shuhada' St. during the demonstration of the 20th anniversary of closing Al-Shuhada' (Martyr's) St. in the old city of Hebron. Where it's been closed since 1994 after the Massacre of Hebron where 29 Palestinian where killed by an Israeli man.

Two UN rights experts called or the Israeli government to discontinue policies are concerned with the dispersal of a peaceful protest on February 24 [TOI report], organized annually by a number of human rights organizations and designed to bring Israelis and Palestinians together, by the Israeli military using tear gas, sound bombs and rubber bullets. They are also concerned about a bill [Knesset press release] introduced in the Israeli Knesset [website] that “would require all Israeli non-governmental organizations receiving more than half of their funding from foreign public sources to pay fees associated with requests filed under the country’s Freedom of Information Act.”
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